Roger Maris played his entire career in the outfield.
Roger Maris played for the New York Yankees for 7 years from the 1960 season to the 1966 season.
The professional Major League Baseball teams that Roger Maris played for were the Cleveland Indians, the Kansas City Athletics, the New York Yankees and the St. Louis Cardinals.
No. Joe DiMaggio retired after the 1951 season and Roger Maris came to the Yankees in 1960.
Maris played for the Yankees from 1960 to 1966.
No. Roger Maris never played first base for any team during his Major League career.
Roger Maris debuted on April 16, 1957, playing for the Cleveland Indians at Cleveland Stadium; he played his final game on September 29, 1968, playing for the St. Louis Cardinals at Busch Stadium II.
No, but Roger's mother grew up in Calumet and her mother was still living in Calumet while Roger was a teenager living in Fargo, North Dakota. Roger would play baseball at the ballpark there in Calumet.
Roger Maris appeared in 161 of the 162 games the New York Yankees played in 1961, the season in which he hit 61 home runs.
Roger Maris played 12 years in the Major leagues from 1957 -1968. He played 7 years with the Yankees, 2 year with each the Cardinals, KC Athleticas, and the Indians.
Roger Maris played for four teams during his career.Cleveland Indians (1957-1958)Kansas City Athletics (1958-1959)New York Yankees (1960-1966)St. Louis Cardinals (1967-1968